Cincinnati, Ohio
644 Linn St. Suite 634
Cincinnati, OH 45203

5 Signs It Is Time to Sell Your Business January 9, 2019

Cincinnati, Hamilton
5 Signs It Is Time to Sell Your Business, Cincinnati, Ohio

Owning a business is hard work and requires time, money, and sacrifice to run it well. There may come the point where the business you have is no longer a viable life choice for your situation. Here are five important signs that indicate selling a business is a wise decision.

Why Selling a Business Might Be Right for You

1. Performance of the Business

Is the Business Profitable?  Performing as it has in the past?  Why or why not?  If not, it may be time to consider selling.  A lot of times it takes a new Owner with new or different strategies to make the Business successful.  Selling before there is a decline should be considered.

2. Change in Personal Circumstances

Life is unpredictable, and when major events are taking up more of your attention than your business it may be time to let it go. Anything from a medical issue to family issues are  valid reasons to change your course. Businesses require incredible dedication, but certain personal circumstances also need undivided attention, which interferes with running a Company.

3. Creatively Drained

If you have been operating for a while, you may hit a point where the ideas just are not there anymore. Your creativity is depleted and remaining at the forefront of your industry is proving harder than ever. Businesses need fresh ideas and innovation, and if you are no longer there mentally it is time to move on. It may be something as simple as you’ve grown your company as far as you can or want to, and it is time for someone else to take it to the next level.

4. Your Well-Being

You must take care of yourself along with your business, but if the day-to-day “grind” or running the Business is an issue or overwhelming, you should consider selling. When your excitement and enthusiasm is replaced with anger or frustration, your life needs a new direction.

5. A Good Offer

Sometimes an offer comes along that you simply cannot pass up. When someone is interested in buying a business and is willing to pay a goodly amount, it is important to consider your current home and work life.  In most cases, selling a business becomes much easier when a lucrative offer is on the table. Both parties end up happy; buying an established business works in their favor and frees you up to explore a new career or different position within the work life.

If you’re interested in buying or selling a business in the near future, the professionals at Zoellner Garten & Company will guide you to a successful sale or acquisition. Since the company was founded in 1988, they have helped numerous buyers and sellers throughout Southwestern Ohio, Northern Kentucky, and across the United States accomplish their dream of running a company. Call (513) 852-2400 to speak with an advisor or visit them online.

Other Announcements, Events and Deals from Zoellner Garten & Co.
4 Mistakes to Avoid for Business Valuations, Cincinnati, Ohio
Selling a business and house are similar because you have to know their worth.  There are many factors that play a part in determining how much you can ask for your more
4 Reasons You May Need a Business Appraisal, Cincinnati, Ohio
A business appraisal is an essential part of buying or selling a company, helping owners set a price and ensuring buyers get the best deal possible. However, this isn’t the only more
4 Valuation Methods Business Owners Should Know, Cincinnati, Ohio
Whether you’re selling a business, buying a business, want to figure out how much to pay a new partner, or like to stay informed, business appraisals and valuation are vital skills more
How to Increase the Value of Your Business Before Selling, Cincinnati, Ohio
If you want to get top dollar when you’re selling a business, start by examining the physical and fiscal soundness of your enterprise. A healthy company will likely sell more
5 Ways to Make Selling a Business Easier, Cincinnati, Ohio
Selling a business that you started from scratch and built up over the years can take an emotional toll. The process also takes up a lot of time, often dragging out more